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Body/Head / No Waves
Album:No Waves Collection:General
Artist:Body/Head Added:11/2016
Label:Matador Records 

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Add Date:2016-11-23 Pull Date:2017-01-22 Charts:Classical/Experimental
Week Ending:22 Jan15 Jan8 Jan1 Jan18 Dec11 Dec4 Dec27 Nov
Airplays:11111153

 Recent Airplay
1.Jan 26, 2017:a strange pursuit
The Show Is Over
4.Jan 07, 2017:a strange pursuit
Abstract/Actress
2.Jan 18, 2017:deep storage
Abstract/Actress
5.Jan 05, 2017:a strange pursuit
The Show Is Over
3.Jan 12, 2017:a strange pursuit
The Show Is Over
6.Dec 29, 2016:1102026
Sugar Water

Album Review
Telepathic Juan
Reviewed 2016-11-23 
Body/Head’s No Waves is a live recording from March 28, 2014 that was part of the Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, Tennessee. Through three pieces, the improvisational noise-rock duo formed by Kim Gordon and Bill Nace produced a stirring wave of guitar and vocal noises and accelerations occasionally complemented by some harmonica sounds. The record feels dense considering the sparse elements and I couldn’t be more pleased with Kim Gordon’s anguished and nonsensical singing. This is one of three live albums Body/Head released this year.

RIYL: The Dead C., Sunn O))), Sun City Girls, The Static and Sonic Youth’s Sonic Youth Records releases.

FCC CLEAN!
Recommended Tracks: 1, 2 and 3

1. (7:48) *Sugar Water – Vocal gibberish structured as a response chanting to distorted guitar strumming. Cyclical, quite ceremonial.
2. (8:31) **The Show Is Over – Brief back and forth guitar interventions soaked in pedal distortions are the backbone of this track. Sporadic indecipherable vocals emerge along the way – sound like singing after dental surgery. Some harmonica sounds filtered through effects. Abrupt ending. Thrilling composition.
3. (23:39) **Abstract/Actress – Ambitious composition gluing together fragments, sounds and furies from two separate tracks from their debut album, Coming Apart, released just a year earlier. Lots of pedal effect manipulations and masterful guitar control. Unpredictable and constantly dynamic.

Track Listing
1.Sugar Water 2.The Show Is Over
 3.Abstract/Actress